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Written by Burnham Banks   
Friday, 21 September 2012 06:20

Its Friday and its been a long week...

  • When risks are high one reasonably expects the risk free rate to be low.

 

  • Buy when interest rates are high, sell when they are low.

 

  • 'Tis calmest before the storm. 'Tis very calm. Corollary: risk is high when VIX is low.

 

  • Markets are attached to fundamentals by psychology, a very elastic couple.

 

  • When the pie shrinks, people are less happy to share. There is a point when economic considerations give way to strategic considerations.

 

  • 'You got to know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em'. Kenny Rogers, The Gambler.

 

  • "My options are decreasing mostly rapidly." Gordon Sumner, Seven Days.

 

  • Money can buy almost anything, even and especially experience. But pay as you go, there is no need for a retainer.

 

  • Often the way to an efficient portfolio is a short memory.

 

  • Often the way to successful trading is a long memory.
Last Updated on Monday, 24 September 2012 03:11
 

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